Eat My Beat
Saturday 17th November
The Warehouse, Leeds, LS1 2RG
11pm till 6am
Asaf Borger aka Borgore, has unquestionably become a household name for those who follow the ever growing Dubstep sound.
Music has always been the biggest aspect of his life. Weather it was playing the piano when he was just three years old or graduating from one of the best youth programs in the world as a saxophone major, playing the drums for a Deathmetal band or MC’ing alongside Tomba on their live beatbox group, (which later into their Dubstep group, Amp) Borgore has dipped his toes into many areas of music.
He started producing Dubstep in 2007, and with very little recognition from the then niche Dubstep audience, Borgore quickly established himself with his unique sound and style.
He quickly started to fly around the world from gig to gig, shortly realising every performance was having a huge impact. Borgore quickly developed unique characteristics to his performance, whether crowd surfing, or mosh pitting with the ravers, Borgore brought over his years of experience in a band to the Dubstep stage.
Since the explosion of his sound and the Dubstep genre, Borgore has risen to be one of Dance musics biggest stars. Whether touring in Europe, North America, Australia or even New Zealand, Borgore had sold out at the box office over and over again where ever he goes.
With over 6 millions views on Youtube, a vast fan base on social networks such as Facebook or being featured on soundtracks for TV shows such as ‘Skins’. He now runs his own record label ‘Buygore’ and had featured releases and remixes for many well known international artists. Borgore goes from strength to strength and has only just scratched the surface.
London based Luca Gulotta and Joe Erskine aka KillSonik rose like a phoenix from the ashes of dubstep behemoth Chasing Shadows.
Signed exclusively to MTA Records in mid 2011, KillSonik opened their account with a ballsy remix of Nero’s “Crush On You.” The track had a world exclusive first play on Zane Lowe’s BBC Radio 1 show and well over a million YouTube views in the first week of upload alone.
Luca and Joe rolled out their first heinous tracks mid 2009 on Hench, most notably “Dr Sin”, “The End”, “ill” and “Amirah.” All were received exceptionally well amongst the big hitters in the bass music scene – Skream, Plastician, Pendulum, Chase & Status, Mary Anne Hobbs and a slew of others.
They then turned their creative hand to Damien Marley’s “It was written” and between two uploads of the track they promptly received over 10 million views on YouTube.
Their particular brand of nasty dubstep hasn’t gone unnoticed by Hollywood – with cinematic power piece “Odyssey” being used in the biggest budget movie of the year – Universal Pictures mighty “Battleship”. KillSonik followed up by writing tracks for the “Forza 4” racing computer game on Xbox and having a track feature on the hugely successful CSI Miami television series.
The stage was then set for KillSonik to support fully established MTA label mates Nero on their Second Reality live tour in March 2012. KillSonik continue to go from strength to strength appearing at shows in Israel, Australia, New Zealand, Russia, Canada and numerous other countries world wide as well as having just completed a monster remix for label owners Chase & Status’s “Flashing Lights”.
Early Bird Tickets : £10 / NUS Ticket (I.D Required) £10
Tickets available from
Crash Records 0113 243 6743
Jumbo Records 0113 245 5570
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